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Marine Field McConnell has linked the 9/11 bombing of the Twin Towers –
apparently coordinated by Chicago’s Down Low Club members and city parking
enforcement officers – to Serco’s alleged use of Kaya Identity trigger chips
from Freescale Semiconductor of Austin TX to accelerate WTC debt recovery for
the Teachers (TIAA-CREF) and fellow Serco shareholders at a 47th Floor
meeting in WTC#1.
day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about
Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the
still-active “Down Low Club”. Young, gay, black men are
mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and
difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since
guys don’t want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the
“Think Squad” of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly
calls these women “heifers” and says it’s very common for “cake
boys” to be paired up with “heifers” so that “dummies are
fooled” into thinking they are straight.”
that former Serco CEO Chris Hyman procured the Kaya chips – a technology
integration of real-time, safety-critical distributed systems for defense and
aerospace applications – to show Serco shareholders CO2hot
spots (where targets violated the protocols of the Carbon Disclosure
Project in the Twin Towers and the hijacked planes) and to trigger the Down Low
Parking bombs after some real-time adjustments to WTC property and life
that the Teachers – a major Serco investor with HSBC and co-investors in the
$92 trillion Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) – paid Barack Obama and David
Archer at the University of Chicago to develop Kaya on-line
calculator Freescale trigger chips for automated killings of CO2
violators and accelerated asset recovery by life and property insurance frauds.
that the Teachers and HSBC funded Serco’s Bob Coulling to set up the Airbus
telemetry and command station at Oakhanger in the United Kingdom so that
Freescale’s Chinese employees on MH Flight 370 could be tracked to a Diego
Garcia crime scene and killed in CO2 Kaya snuff-film productions to extort
concessions from China’s government leaders.
that in her March visit to Beijing, Michelle Obama extorted President Xi
Jinping into an agreement to cut China’s carbon emissions aftershowing
him snuff films of the murders of the Freescale Kaya chip designers on MH
Flight 370 as the plane was tracked through the Airbus Telemetry and Command
Station at Oakhanger managed by Serco’s Gary Butcher.
attributes the collapsing Serco share price and the resignation
announcement of chairman Alastair Lyons to Abel Danger’s research into the Twin
Towers Down Low Parking Bombs and Serco Teachers Kaya Trigger Chips all of
which were integral elements of Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) – a lawsuit capable
of exposing how 9/11 was accomplished and by whom.
McConnell invites uncompromised individuals in the entities below to
investigate Serco’s Airbus Telemetry and Command Station Manager at
Oakhanger, Gary Butcher, and the 32-year veteran PFI manager Bob Coulling for
the tradecraft needed to conceal Obama’s Down Low Club bombs and the Serco Teachers
killer chips, especially in electronic warfare, tagging, asset recovery and
paedophile image analysis for MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious
Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and
WTC#2 explodes while Serco meets Teachers and Adjusters International on 47th Floor WTC#1
“By Chris Blackhurst Saturday, 01 December 2007
The MT Interview: Chris Hyman
Resolutely fit, abstemious, religious, the CEO of service-supply firm Serco – 4th in our Most Admired Companies list – is an unusual businessperson in an unfashionable sector. Surviving 9/11 reinforced his belief in ‘people first, profits second’. Just don’t call it outsourcing.
On 11 September 2001, he was in the World Trade Center. He was on the 47th floor when the plane hit, talking to Serco shareholders [Teachers in the offices of Adjusters International]. They got out – but not the people in his previous meeting [Windows on the World – Risk Waters Group]. He does not like talking about that terrible day. ‘It confirmed my faith. It renewed my zest for getting the balance right and made me realise that time is not always your own. It made me think about my family and my health more – and about putting the balance back. You know, it’s not a bad thing, to step back sometimes.’
At Serco, he worked closely with Richard White, the previous executive chairman, then his successor, Kevin Beeston. Since September 2007, Beeston has moved to become non-executive chairman, leaving Hyman as CEO.
It’s a role he clearly loves. He talks about Serco with almost evangelical zeal. It is, let’s face it, a firm that most of us have never heard of, doing work in the decidedly unfashionable area of public-sector outsourcing.
He shakes his head. ‘It used to be called outsourcing but we’ve moved on so much. Now we talk a new language, about partnerships, of making things better, of delivery.’ Serco, he maintains, is discerning about what it does. ‘We don’t want to be in every market. Only the ones where we can make a difference.'”
“Risk Waters Groupreleases a list of missing staff & companies thought to have had delegates at our conference in the World Trade Center.
5.30 pm. Tuesday 16th October 2001, London.
Following the attacks of September 11th Risk Waters Group has until now not released the names of anyone we believe was attending Waters Financial Technology Congress in ‘Windows on the World’ on that day [addressed at a breakfast meeting by former Serco CEO Chris Hyman who, before leaving for the 47th floor meeting with shareholders, allegedly placed a Kaya Trigger Chip in the restaurant to monitor violations of the Carbon Disclosure Project protocols for CDP investors including HSBC and Teachers]. Several of the families had specifically requested that this information was not made public & we wanted to protect them from any unnecessary intrusion during this difficult time.
Now, just over one month after the tragedy, we think it is appropriate to publicly release the names of our colleagues who are missing along with the names of companies that we believe had sent delegates to attend.
The 16 Risk Waters staff are:
Michele Beale (née du Berry), Director of Conferences
Oli Bennett, Staff Writer, Risk magazine
Paul Bristow, Conferences Producer
Neil Cudmore, Sales Director, Waters magazine
Sarah Ali Escarcega , Freelance Marketing Consultant
Sarah Redheffer (née Prothero), Conferences Operations Manager
David Rivers, Editorial Director, Waters magazine
Laura Rockefeller, Freelance Delegate Co-ordinator
Karlie Rogers, Divisional Sponsorship Manager
Simon Turner, Publishing Director
Celeste Victoria, Conferences Telesales Executive
Joanna Vidal, Event Co-ordinator
Melanie de Vere, Publisher, Waters Reference Products
Dinah Webster, Advertising Manager
While there can be no certainty, the company’s best estimates are that 71 industry delegates also attended. After speaking to representatives we believe that the following companies had delegates at the event.
ARC Partners Inc.
Boston Investor Services Inc.
Cambridge Technology Partners
Caplin Systems Inc.
Compaq Computer Corporation
Credit Suisse First Boston
Financial Fusion/SYBASE Inc.
Gold Tier Technologies
Imagine Software Inc.
Janus Capital Corp
JPMorgan Investor Services
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
Nomura Research Institute
Random Walk Computing Inc.
Salomon Smith Barney [18th Floor WTC#7 allegedly had a Kaya Trigger Chip war room]
Slam Dunk Networks
Thales Contact Solutions
Zurich Scudder Investments
All of these organisations are aware of the names of the delegates we expected to have been at the conference. As they are the primary point of contact for the delegate’s families we do not feel it is appropriate for Risk Waters Group to release the names of the individual delegates.
If you would like to discuss this further or for more information click here“
“Need a Job? Narc on Parking Meter Sketches!
By emzanotti, December 17, 2010 at 12:36 pm
Need extra cash for the holidays? Turns out you can make $8.50 an hour selling out fellow Chicagoans who’ve overstayed their welcome at the city’s parking meters. SERCO, the company that supplements Chicago’s parking ticket enforcement by supplying the city with a non-union force of parking ticket writers is hiring.
SERCO, a private firm with a multi-million dollar city contract, has been supplementing the Chicago’s already substantial parking enforcement force with non-union parking enforcement personnel for several years [since 1999].
Often SERCO people work later evening hours the Department of Revenue doesn’t typically staff.
SERCO also has enforcement contracts with the City Clerk’s office to write city sticker violations and more recently became the official enforcement arm of Chicago Parking Meters, LLC
If you like to walk a lot, have a high school education and enjoy working a job with “Little creativity and latitude is expected,” then this may be the perfect fit for you.
Of course, there’s a catch that probably disqualifies the majority of Chicago residents: you’re not allowed to have any unpaid Chicago parking tickets. There’s no word on whether more serious offenses have any effect on your worthiness. And it goes without saying that you have to be weather-resilient and willing to enforce the parking code unmercifully. Last year, the city waited half a week to plow the side streets around my apartment building after the Chicago Blizzard of Ought Ten but had issued parking tickets to snowed-in cars immediately. Word has it that they’re also fond of issuing parking tickets in the half hour before the meters go free on holiday evenings, though I’ve never seen this.
The best part of this, as one commentator points out, is that SERCO is only paying $8.50 an hour to its army of city revenue generators but charges the city $17 per ticket writer. It makes sense since the parking meters are technically private, so the private company should be responsible for collecting its own revenue, although there’s an argument to be made as to whether private workers should be able to enforce city ordinances. But with a scheme where both the company and the city profit, it’s interesting to note how both parties are trying to come out with the best deal. SERCO earns cash on the city; the city earns $50 cash off of every ticket SERCO issues. The city spends less of its budget on people and gets a disposable, easier-to-manage workforce in return: SERCO employees aren’t unionized, so they don’t necessarily require overtime like city workers and can be fired for any reason, which is both a good and bad thing depending on your perspective on city workers’ unions.
The whole scheme probably ends up screwing Chicago city workers and Chicago residents, which makes this, perhaps, one of the most successful programs ever enacted.
“Companies to Showcase Real-Time Data Display at MILCOM
ALT Software, DiSTI, Green Hills Software and RTI will demonstrate at MILCOM (October 29-31, booth #305, Orlando, FL) a technology integration that promises to radically change the design and implementation of real-time, safety-critical distributed systems for defense and aerospace applications. The combination of these firms’ technologies provides a robust solution for mission-critical data distribution and display.
The demonstration will consist of a real-time avionics display rendered on a Freescale Media5200 reference platform and controlled remotely from a Windows XP system. The Media5200 target board is running the Green Hills Software INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) with output to a dynamic avionics human-machine interface (HMI) created using DiSTI GL Studio and powered by ALT Software OpenGL graphics drivers. Remote-control and data access across the network leverages RTI Data Distribution Service middleware. The result is a real-time integrated avionics network that represents the potential for next-generation designs in the cockpit for remotely piloted vehicles as well as other defense and aerospace applications.”
“Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association – College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA–CREF) is a Fortune 100financial services organization that is the leading retirement provider for people who work in the academic, research, medical and cultural fields. TIAA–CREF serves 3.9 million active and retired employees participating at more than 15,000 institutions and has $2,667 billion in combined assets under management (as of August 1, 2014).”
“TIAA-CREF was ranked highest among 46 mutual fund companies for its support of shareholder resolutions on climate change by Ceres, a national coalition of investors, environmental groups and other public interest organizations.The ranking reflects the fact that TIAA-CREF was one of only eight companies that voted in favor of climate-related shareholder resolutions more than half the time during 2010.”
In an unauthenticated tape, a voice purported to be that of Osama bin Laden’s expresses concern over climate change.
Last Modified: 01 Oct 2010 21:11 GMT
Osama bin Laden, the leader of the al-Qaeda network, has expressed concern about global climate change and the recent flooding in Pakistan, in an audiotape posted on the internet, which would be his first public remarks in six months, a monitoring group has said.
“The number of victims caused by climate change is very big… bigger than the victims of wars,” said the voice, whose authenticity could not be immediately verified and was made available by SITE Intelligence Group, which released the recording on Friday.
The tape would be the first time Bin Laden has spoken publicly since March 25.
It was not clear when the tape was made, but Bin Laden congratulated Muslims on the holy fasting month of Ramadan which ended on September 10.
“The catastrophe [in Pakistan] is very big and it is difficult to describe it,” he said.
Bin Laden made a series of recommendations to deal with climate change, namely preventive measures that he said should be taken by governments in the face of disasters.
“Providing tents, food and medicine is a duty… but the disasters [facing many Muslim countries] are much bigger than what is being offered.
“Action should not be confined to providing emergency aid… but to set up a capable relief task force that has the knowledge and experience needed” to meet the challenges.
One of them, Bin Laden said, is “setting up studies of urban areas that lie by rivers and valleys in the Muslim world,” pointing to floods that hit the Saudi city of Jeddah earlier this year.
He also called for a review of security guidelines concerning dams and bridges in Muslim nations and said more should be done to invest in agriculture to guarantee food security for all.
“Investment in agriculture needs a lot of efforts and yields small gains. The issue today is not about gains or losses, but about life or death.”
In one of two tapes issued in January, Bin Laden blamed major industrial nations for climate change, a statement the US state department said showed that he was struggling to stay relevant.
In his most recent remarks, he warned that Al-Qaeda would kill Americans if the alleged mastermind of the 2001 attacks on the United States, Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, was executed.
Plans to send Mohammed to trial just steps away from his alleged crime scene in New York had to be put on hold after a furious public backlash over potential costs and security threats.
In another statement in January, Bin Laden claimed responsibility for the botched Christmas Day bombing attempt of a US airliner, vowing further strikes on American targets.
Bin Laden also referred to US support for Israel in the January message.
“God willing, our attacks against you will continue as long as you maintain your support to Israel,” he said.
Bin Laden’s whereabouts are unknown, but in August, General David Petraeus, the US commander in Afghanistan, said bin Laden is “far buried” in the remote mountains between Afghanistan and Pakistan and that capturing him remains a key task.”
“Freescale and ST target CO2 emission reduction
20th May 2008
The first collaborative semiconductor development between Freescale Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics will target emissions control in vehicles with a 32-bit microcontroller.
The intention is to provide a higher performance alternative to the 16-bit MCUs commonly used in powertrain electronic systems.
It is the processing capability of the MPC563xM family of 32-bit microcontrollers that allows for the addition of on-chip emissions control.
A DSP engine built into the MCU‘s Power Architecture e200 core carries ouit the fuel economy functions. The aim is a three to five per cent reduction in CO2 emissions, claimed Freescale
“This processing power enables engine designers to develop powertrain solutions that help reduce CO2 emissions, as well as to address current and future automotive emissions requirements,” said Paul Grimme, senior v-p and general manager of Freescale’s microcontroller group.
The MCUs have up to 1.5Mbyte of flash memory and 81kbyte of SRAM. The Power Architecture core scales up to 80MHz.
The result of a joint development by Freescale and STMicroelectronics, the MCU will be available as a dual-sourced product from both companies.
We can actually play around with greenhouse gas emissions scenarios ourselves. To do so, we will take advantage of something known as the Kaya Identify. Technically, the identity is just a definition, relating the quantity of annual carbon emissions to a factor of terms that reflect (1)population growth, (2) relative (i.e., per capita) economic expansion, measured by annual GDP in dollars/person, (3) energy intensity, measured in terawatts of energy consumed per dollar added to GDP, and (4) carbon efficiency, measured in gigatons of carbon emitted per terawatt of energy used. Multiply these out, and you get gigatons of carbon emitted. If the other quantities are expressed as a percentage change per year, then the carbon emissions, too, are expressed as a percentage change per year, which, in turn, defines a future trajectory of carbon emissions and CO2concentrations.
Mathematically, the Kaya identity is expressed in the form:
F = P * (G / P) * (E / G) * (F / E),
F is global CO2 emissions from human sources
P is global population growth
G is world GDP
E is global energy consumption
By projecting the future changes in population growth (P), economic expansion (G/P), energy intensity (E/G), and carbon efficiency (F/E), it is possible to make an informed projection of future carbon emissions (F). Obviously, population is important as, in the absence of anything else, more people means more energy use. Moreover, economic expansion measured by GDP per capita plays an important role, as a bigger economy means greater use of energy. The energy intensity term is where technology comes in. As we develop new energy technologies or improve the efficiency of existing energy technology, we expect that it will take less energy to increase our GDP by and additional dollar, i.e., we should see a decline in energy intensity. Last, but certainly not least, is the carbon efficiency. As we develop and increasingly switch over to renewable energy sources and non-fossil fuel based energy alternatives and improve the carbon efficiency of existing fossil fuel sources (e.g., by finding a way to extract and sequester CO2), we can expect a decline in this quantity as well, i.e., less carbon emitted per unit of energy production.
Fortunately, we do not have to start from scratch. There is a convenient on-line calculator here, provided courtesy of David Archer of the University of Chicago (and a RealClimate blogger ). Below a brief demonstration of how the tool can be used. After you watch the demonstration, use the link provided above to play around with the calculator yourself.”
In 2000 and 2001, while Barack Obama served as a board member for a Chicago-based charitable foundation, he helped to fund a pioneering carbon trading exchange that is likely to fill a critical role in the controversial cap-and-trade carbon reduction scheme that President Obama is now trying to push rapidly through Congress.
During those two years, the Joyce Foundation gave nearly $1.1 million in two separate grants that were instrumental in developing and launching the privately-owned Chicago Climate Exchange, which now calls itself “North America’s only cap and trade system for all six greenhouse gases, with global affiliates and projects worldwide.”
One of those gases is carbon dioxide, the most ubiquitous greenhouse gas and the focus of the most far-reaching — and contentious — efforts to combat “climate change.” On Monday, Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency declared carbon dioxide a public health threat.”
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